Democratic presidential candidates and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver demonstrate the tendency of too many progressives to despise and bully adversaries.
For George F. Will's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
South Koreans live with an existential threat, one that President Moon Jae-in minimizes and that events might be maximizing.
A ban on vaping in San Francisco might drive more teens to smoke cigarettes.
Apollo 11 was a final flaring of American postwar confidence and pride.
Inciting a mob mentality in response to 'racist' behavior that never happened proves very costly.
Presidents have become adept at waging wars without authorization from Congress.
Why should "viability" be the dispositive criterion for abortion?
The Democratic Party would do well to remember the outcomes of the 1972 and 1984 presidential elections.
It will instead be about a post-Trump future.
Today's flippant talk about reparations illustrates a worsening pattern of behavior among congressional Democrats.